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Saturday night, Leanne and I went to the Walnut Street Theater for a performance of Saturday Night Fever. We had a great evening in the city. We started with sushi at Fat Salmon on Walnut Street. Then we strolled through the historic district taking in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell on a beautiful night. We wandered back over to Walnut Street for some ice cream at Scoop DeVille before heading over to our show.
The show itself was excellent – filled with lots of music and dancing. The audience was full of people who were excited to be there. During the customary intermission, Leanne and I walked down stairs to Barrymore’s to stretch our legs and use the rest rooms prior to the second half of the show. As we climbed the steps back up to our normal mezzanine seats, Leanne moved on ahead of me. My legs were moving a little slow, and Leanne noticed. My knees haven’t been nearly as flexible as they were, and it’s probably time I do something about it.
I am fairly active. I go to the gym 4-5 times a week, and I want to remain active for a long time. Unfortunately, my running and jumping over the years has taken it’s toll on my knees, and I haven’t taken all the measures I should have to keep my knees strong and flexible. It’s time to take action!
As I was thinking about my knees, I realized my path forward might help others to overcome some of their pains and weaknesses. Today, I’ll help you identify a clear-cut plan for tackling your area of weakness.